Superstars whose careers ended at WrestleMania

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March 25, 2013

It’s no secret that a WrestleMania match is the goal of every Superstar who steps through the doors of WWE. It’s called The Showcase of the Immortals for a reason — only the best and brightest are featured, and a bout at the big dance can solidify a performer’s reputation as a star of the future or cement him or her as a main-event icon for WWE. But The Show of Shows can also be a bittersweet event, as it is often the night when legends of the highest caliber bid their farewells to the squared circle with one final, epic bout before hanging up their boots.

WrestleMania 29 might just prove to be one of those instances, as Triple H has put his in-ring career on the line in a No Holds Barred Match against Brock Lesnar, a Superstar who beat him to the point of near-retirement once already at SummerSlam 2012. This particular piece of WrestleMania history has yet to be written, but as The King of Kings prepares to set foot on The Grandest Stage of Them All for potentially the last time, WWE.com looks back at six Superstars who — voluntarily or otherwise — ended their careers under the bright lights of WrestleMania.

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